Denise “Dee” Roberts is always smiling and happy. She has a great job and would do anything for her two best friends, Greg and Izzy. When Izzy’s relationship with her high school sweetheart re-ignites, Dee couldn’t be happier for her. She meets Beck and they ignites some sparks of their own. She loves being with Beck but doesn’t let him too close.
As Beck struggles to get closer to Dee, she has to face her own demons. She has to realize that she doesn’t have to always have her happy mask on. Even with her horrific past she has to give love a chance. But to give love a chance is to face her demons head on and have the inner strength to do it.
I loved Beck but Dee drove me crazy, I understand her reservations concerning a relationship with Beck but seriously, I just couldn’t totally buy into it. I still like her as a character but she was a little too much at times. I didn’t enjoy this book as much as the previous two but it was still enjoyable and I’m all in on the series.